Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
THE pandemic has not stopped Malmesbury Carnival from going ahead - but it has changed the way events are held.
BUSINESSES are being encouraged to collect customers’ details by Wiltshire Council to help with the NHS Test and Trace programme.
The Chippenham Pit Stop team is running a blood pressure awareness poster campaign.
Staff are hoping to make a big success of the UK Blood Pressure Campaign’s Know Your Numbers Week despite the pandemic.
Over £90m has been paid out to Wiltshire businesses through the government's small business grant scheme.
PUPILS with special educational needs and or disabilities in north and west Wiltshire will be part of a new school as they return to class this week.
Stagecoach West has issues guidance on school buses in Wiltshire to support pupils’ safe return to classes and college this month.
Oliver has become the new most popular name for baby boys born in Wiltshire.
ONS figures show 56 newborns were given the name Oliver last year – making it an even more popular boys' name than the previous year's top ranked George, Harry and Oliver.
Young people in Wiltshire are being encouraged to walk, cycle or scoot their way to school when they return to class next week.
The latest financial report from Wiltshire Council shows that the local authority forecasts a £5.9m shortfall due to the impact of coronavirus.
Warminster woman will walk 26.2 miles in September to raise money for the RUH Bath.
Charity ambassador and dedicated fundraiser, Nicola Noble, is taking part in the My Walk of Life Marathon, a virtual event organised by The Friends Forever Foundation.